The silly season is approaching. Along with the festive fun comes the seasonal stress of quickly filling up your calendar and getting all your Christmas shopping done.
Take the hassle out of your current purchases and give yourself the gift of time this holiday season with Newshub and Noel Leeming choosing the best gadgets to gift to your family and loved ones!
Fit Bit Charge 5 ($149.95)
After the Christmas feast, many of us head into the New Year hoping to burn some extra calories. These stylish fitness bands are the perfect way to turn your New Year’s resolutions into real changes.
Fit Bit Charge 5 packs up to 7 days of charging, advanced health metrics, built-in GPS and sleep tracking features all in a sleek, ergonomic package.
Bose Quiet Comfort 45 ($385)
The holidays are a time to connect, but sometimes you just want to get away from the hustle and bustle and relax.
Perfect for music lovers and those who value quiet time, the Bose Comfort 45 combines stylish design, lightweight materials, world-class noise cancellation and 24-hour battery life.
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II ($469)
If you’re looking for Bose’s trademark quality and comfort in a headphone, but in a more portable package, consider purchasing the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II.
It has the same powerful noise-cancelling technology, but in a sleeker, smaller package, perfect for active users who want top-notch audio technology in their back pocket.
Nintendo Switch/ Playstation 5/ Xbox Series S (from $539)
Please hurry. They sell out quickly. Gaming, now the world’s largest entertainment category, exploded in the pandemic fueled by the hottest hardware in history, including the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch.
This Christmas, Noel Leeming has a limited inventory of consoles, controllers, headsets and more to cover all your gaming needs.
Whether you’re playing the hit PlayStation exclusive God of War Ragnarök. Discover hundreds of great games with Xbox Game Pass using Xbox Series S or challenge your friends with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Nintendo Switch. Noel Leeming has something for every gamer this Christmas
Eufy Cam 2C Pro 2K Security Kit 2-Pack ($598)
Heading out for the summer or want to relax and stay safe at home? The Eufy camera setup offers hassle-free wireless security with 180 days battery life and 2k resolution. With weatherproofing and night vision capabilities, these cameras offer peace of mind at a competitive price.
A Noel Leeming technician can even come to your home to set it up so you can focus on relaxing. BONUS FEATURE: The camera connects to your phone via an app so you can monitor your Christmas deliveries.
Alexa Echo Dot, 5th Gen $69, regular $89
This smart speaker means you don’t even have to move a muscle to change tunes.
Delivering crisp sound from a sophisticated package. Just say “Hey Alexa!” Request your favorite band, ballad or genre to get an atmosphere for any occasion.
Echo can also connect to other smart devices in your home, from lights to thermostats, so you can adjust your environment from the comfort of your couch.
Amazon Firestick ($54.50)
If you want to pamper someone special, consider pairing an Amazon Echo with an Amazon Fire Stick. This essentially upgrades any TV to a Smart TV.
Simply plug into your HDMI port, log into your Wi-Fi and start streaming Neon, Sky Sport
Come on, Spark Sport, at the command of ThreeNow. A quad-core processor delivers a lightning-fast app experience, smooth navigation, and (depending on internet connection and TV model) brilliant 4K Ultra HD.
Even the most tech skeptic among us have grown accustomed to technology over the past two years, but Noel Leeming notes that technology can still be challenging for some. I understand. If you or your loved ones need a helping hand to get your new device up and running quickly, visit your local store or ask about home services where a tech expert can come to you. Please ask.
These are some of the best gadgets on the market right now, but Noel Leeming has a lot more. If you’re ready to shop, or just want to browse what’s on offer, visit the website to find out more.
Article co-authored with Noel Leeming.